Back in the Old Stone Age, humans made huts, or caves as their temporary homes.
In the Old Stone Age, humans had two resources for food. Hunting and gathering.
Back in the Old Stone Age, humans traded only what little they had left of their leftover from hunting, or gathering, and their were rarely other people to trade from.
But in the new Stone Age, humans made more sturdy, two floored, and larger permanent homes.
But in the New Stone Age, humans discovered farming, and they got their food from crops, and animals in their farms.
But in the New Stone Age, humans traded many more things than they did in the Old Stone Age, with many more people. For example, humans started trading obsidian, for it came in very good ue as a blade.